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AABC 2014. Poster sessions

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AABC 2014 featured the following poster presentations:
High-energy Li-Ion Cathodes and Anodes
Electrolytes for Non-Aqueous Batteries
Beyond Lithium Ion
Cell and Pack Engineering
Safety and Durability Validation: Testing and Modeling
Battery Management in Automotive Applications
New EC Capacitor Products and Business Development
Battery Manufacturing
Other Topics  

Some of the LLIBTA and ECCAP sessions included a section featuring short presentations (approx. 8 minutes) by selected poster presenters. Twenty such “Posters +8” were selected for the LLIBTA and ECCAP programs. Their abstracts can be found in the agendas of the following sessions:

*NOTE: Poster *8

High-energy Li-Ion Cathodes and Anodes  

  1. Fabrication and Performance of LiNi0.5Mn0.3Co0.2O2 Cathodes through Aqueous Processing with Various Binders*
    Jianlin Li, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  2. Electrochemical Investigation of Silicon/Carbon Nanocomposite-Based Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries
    Sascha Dobrowolny, Universität Duisburg-Essen
  3. High-Capacity Silicon-Graphene Anode for Li-Ion Batteries
    Rob Privette, XG Sciences, Inc.
  4. Low Resistance Graphite Anode Materials for HEV, PHEV, EV and Electric Power System
    Akio Sakamoto, MT Carbon Co,. Ltd./Toda Kogyo
  5. Innovative Design of Inorganic Filler Coated Separator (IFCS) for Lithium Ion Batteries (LIBs) in Automotive Applications
    Susumu Honda, Teijin Ltd.
  6. Toda America’s Cathode Technology Under Argonne National Laboratory’s License
    Hiroyasu Watanabe, Toda America

Electrolytes for Non-Aqueous Batteries  

  1. Scale-Up of High-Voltage Redox Shuttles*
    Trevor Dzwiniel, Argonne National Laboratory
  2. Modular Electrolyte Additives: Decoupling Uniform Deposition and Stability*
    Deirdre Strand, Wildcat Discovery Technologies
  3. New Cell Evaluation Methods and Data Mining Techniques Derived from High Throughput Screening*
    Steven Kaye, Wildcat Discovery Technologies
  4. Twaron®-Based Paper: a Unique Separator for Electrochemical Cells
    Fresia Alvarado Chacón, Teijin Aramid BV
  5. Failure Analysis Testing of a Cycle Aged Automotive Li-ion Battery Electrolyte
    Paul Voelker, Thermo Scientific

Beyond Lithium Ion  

  1. Process Development and Scale-Up of a Cobalt Free High Energy Cathode Material*
    Ozgenur K. Feridun, Argonne National Laboratory
  2. High Energy Cell Development in the Cell Analysis, Modeling, and Prototyping (CAMP) Facility at Argonne*
    Andrew Jansen, Argonne National Laboratory
  3. Application of Biominerals to Improve Performance of Cathode Materials*
    Shailesh Upreti, ES700 LLC

Cell and Pack Engineering  

  1. Porocarb Electrodes Additives for Enhanced-Rate Capabilities*
    Christian Neumann, Heraeus Quarzglas GmbH
  2. The Change of Thermal Conductivity of Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell with Operating Point and What this Means for Battery Thermal Management
    Arno Arzberger, ISEA RWTH Aachen

Safety and Durability Validation: Testing and Modeling  

  1. Emulating Internal Short Circuit in Lithium Ion Cells for Understanding Abuse Behavior*
    Ahmad Pesaran, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  2. Quantifying Li-Ion Battery Safety for PHEV and EV Applications*
    Vijay Somandepalli, Exponent
  3. Non-Destructive Seal Quality and Barrier Integrity Inspection of Battery Cells*
    Jesse Sklar, Packaging Technologies & Inspection (PTI)
  4. Post-Test Analysis of Lithium-Ion Battery Materials at ANL*
    Javier Bareño, Argonne National Laboratory
  5. Non-Destructive Testing Technique for Li-Ion Battery Quality Control*
    Simon Lambert, School of Electrical Electronic and Computer Engineering, Newcastle University
  6. The Study of Capacity Fade Arising from Mn Deposition on Graphite Negative Electrodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Sanketh Gowda, Argonne National Laboratory

Battery Management in Automotive Applications  

  1. HIL (Hardware-in-Loop) Development and Validation of Lithium-ion Automotive Battery Packs*
    Soduk Lee, US Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Ultra-Thin Sensors and Multiphysics Models for New Insights into Li-Ion Battery Operation*
    Aaron Knobloch, General Electric
  3. SENSOR: Embedded Fiber-Optic Sensing Systems for Improved Battery Management*
    Ajay Raghavan, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
  4. Optimal Experimental Design and Battery Aging Studies*
    Joel Forman, Exponent

New EC Capacitor Products and Business Development  

  1. Case University Electrochemical Capacitor Fabrication Facility*
    Robert Savinell, CaseWestern Reserve University
  2. Testing Low-Energy, High-Power Energy Storage Alternatives in a Full-Hybrid Vehicle*
    Ahmad Pesaran, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  3. Form Factored Supercapacitors for Enhancing Battery Life and for Battery–Free Applications*
    Sagar Venkateswaran, OptiXtal, Inc.
  4. Ruggedized Ultra High Energy and Power Ultracapacitors for Automotive Applications
    Nicolo Brambilla, FastCAP Systems
  5. Supercapacitors for Micro-hybrid Vehicles
    Pierre Mars, CAP-XX Pty, Ltd.

Battery Manufacturing  

  1. Efficient Lithium Ion Battery Electrode Slurry Production By the Thin Film Mixing Technology FilmixTM
    Adrian Spillmann, Bühler AG
  2. ANL's Battery Materials Scale-Up Processes
    Gregory K. Krumdick, Argonne National Laboratory

Other Topics  

  1. Driving Down Costs through Integrated Automation Systems
    James Jackson, Siemens Industry, Inc.
  2. Modular Multilevel Battery Packaging for a Universal and Flexible EV Charging System
    Martel Tsirinomeny, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  3. High-Power Batteries for Recuperation, Starting, and Loads
    Bob Gabel, Leyden Energy
  4. Traction Battery Assembly - Mastering the Production Challenges
    Holger Gritzka, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering
  5. Li-Ion Cell and Battery Production - Challenges in Joining and Testing Process
    Holger Gritzka, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering